Scientists use presentations all the time and for many different purposes. Scientists often attend meetings or conferences with other scientists. In such places, they may use presentations to share information about what they have recently learned, or share some interesting problems they are thinking about. They can also use presentations to explain complex ideas to the general public in simple ways. They also use presentations for fundraising, i.e. to convince officials to invest money in their work because it is important to society.
There is a lot of software that you can use to make an interesting presentation. Here are a few of them:
- Google Slides
- OpenOffice Impress
Before you start making your presentation, make sure you go through all the four rules to make your presentation better.
Note: Do send us your final presentation at firstname.lastname@example.org.